Spilled a Reus cross that nearly led to a chance, but was otherwise solid in dealing what was thrown at him.
Like Pepe, he was often able to outmuscle his man in the absence of Lewandowski.
Set up the opener for Bale with good awareness going forward and always looked to support his team-mates in attack.
Made a splendid last ditch challenge on Mkhitaryan and was physically dominant throughout.
Set up a few attacks with some strong deep passing and did what he needed to do defensively.
Prodded home early on with a deft finish, tested Weidenfeller with a storming free kick and was generally a menace coming in off the flanks.
Took his goal with confidence and looked very smooth on the ball, typically pulling off what he intended.
Showcased his vision on multiple occasions with a series of incisive passes to set up chances.
In his 100th European appearance he was largely untroubled, positioning himself well defensively.
Rolled in the third goal from close range and was a constant threat on and off the ball. Subbed late on as a precaution after picking up a knock.
Held the ball up well and facilitated his team-mates, but was thwarted from his own shooting chances.
Made some athletic saves from the opposition and helped to keep the score down. Pity he was on the losing side.
Generally rose to the task defensively, particularly late on as he made some last ditch tackles at the back.
Had a nervy time against the pace of the opposition as Bale got the better of him on more than once occasion.
Solid for the most part, though he looked a little stretched defensively when the opposition broke.
Gave the ball away with a poor infield pass, and that set the events of the third goal in motion.
Missed a glorious chance as Pepe tackled him from close range. His good moments were only fleeting.
Got into some good shooting positions, but his finishing was terrible. No power, no accuracy and in the end, no chance of affecting the result.
Offered nothing in attack but covered his full-back well on occasions. Tireless as usual.
Worked his socks off in the middle of the park but he began to fatigue later in the second half.
Solid ball retention during Dortmund's best spells in the game, but nothing out of the ordinary.
Intelligent on the ball and had his team-mates been more clinical, he could have had an assist to his name.